Radin Inten II

Radin Inten II International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara Internasional Radin Inten II) (IATA: TKG, ICAO: WILL) is a domestic airport (later an international airport) that serves the city of Bandar Lampung in Lampung, Indonesia. The name is taken from Radin Inten II, the last Sultanate of Lampung|Sultan of Lampung. It is on the Jalan Branti Raya in Branti, Natar, northwest of Bandar Lampung in the South Lampung regency. This airport is also targeted to become an international airport accompanied Kualanamu International Airport , Medan and Minangkabau International Airport , Padang . Radin Inten II Airport in Lampung Province is a public airport organized by the Technical Implementation Unit ( UPT ) of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation Ministry of Transportation .

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Bandar Lampung

Bandar Lampung (Lampung City in Malay) is the capital and a major economic hub in the province of Lampung on the southern tip of Sumatra island, Indonesia. It was called Tanjungkarang-Telukbetung, the names of the two major sections of the city, before being renamed in 1983. For immigrants and travelers from Java, the city is the entry point to Sumatra, especially before the construction of the major harbor at Bakauheni, just south of Bandar Lampung. Bandar Lampung is served by the domestic Radin Inten II Airport, with flights to Jakarta located northwest of the city. The city and South Lampung Regency (which borders the city on its northern and eastern sides) are major transmigrasi recipients for those seeking respite from the crushing population densities and traffic nightmare of Jakarta, yet able to take advantage of proximity. As such, its population composition is far more cosmopolitan for a provincial capital of its size. The city's area is about 118.5 km², with a population of 881.801 at the 2010 Census; the latest estimate (for 2014) is 1,251,642.

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